A Mosinee man accused of having two wives will return to court next month to find out if his case will head to trial.
According to the criminal complaint, obtained by the Wausau Daily Herald, Timothy Swinea, 45, was taken into custody in December after his wife of three months said he forged a check from her business. The woman then contacted Swinea's ex-wife in Missouri who said she had married Swinea in 1992 and had never divorced.
According to the Wausau Daily Herald, Swinea owes $22,000 in back child support from a child he fathered with Kentucky woman.
Swinea is charged with bigamy, bail jumping and falsifying a statement on marriage license. In August 2012, Swinea said he had never been married, and said that because he had been married outside of Wisconsin he did not have to disclose that information on his marriage certificate.
Swinea's Wisconsin wife, who has filed for an annulment, told police she believes he is a con man and may have taken advantage of women in several states.
He will return to court April 1. He's free on $1,000 signature bond.